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    Aug 28,  · “High Standards” is Pachelli’s 18th album. Through his studies with Mike Pass, and years of playing in concert halls, night clubs and recording studios. Pachelli’s experience includes playing all over the US and Europe with a variety of and blues musicians. Aside from playing, Pachelli is known for his technical acumen.

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    Jun 15,  · His playing is classic Buddy, not quite "walking through the woods" music but he has everything to make a great blues CD. Great music, lyrics and of course - guitar. I really like the "the blues is a alive and well, a few good years, cognac, whiskey for sale, when my day comes." This is a very good blues CD and I would recommend it to any blues /5().

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    Blues is about tradition and personal expression. At its core, the blues has remained the same since its inception. Most blues feature simple, usually three-chord, progressions and have simple structures that are open to endless improvisations, both lyrical and musical. The blues grew out of .

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    Michael Falzarano’s new “I got blues for ya” CD is gonna’ make you a happy listener! Singer/songwriter, and guitarist Michael Falzarano has laid a beauty right in our laps! Having shown his acoustic prowess with Hot Tuna and the New Riders of the Purple Sage, Michael unloads on this one with 10 originals, and 2 covers of blues classics.

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    And speaking of "checking things out" - I'm in the mastering stages of my blues Cd. Whew, I would never want to be a mastering engineer 'cause it takes so much concentration. Plus I've got a bit of 'post project depression' (a sort of sadness that comes when you HAVE TO make final decisions about a Cd) so the mastering is taking extra long.

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    Nov 23,  · It wasn't his intention to get into music for that purpose -- meeting girls and playing blues were their own pleasures -- but he says, "I never thought I'd actually meet Muddy. I had his records.

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    Meeting Point by MIKE PACHELLI: Listen to songs by MIKE PACHELLI on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, How Come I Always Got the Blues. MIKE PACHELLI. 4. My Guitar Will Say It For Me. MIKE PACHELLI. 0. Even the Birds Are Walking Now. MIKE PACHELLI. 1. Too Much Hassle. MIKE PACHELLI.

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    The Queen of Chicago Blues’ second album was her first for Chess Records, and features her signature song “Wang Dang Doodle.” That hit single was written by Willie Dixon, who also produced the record and played bass on several tracks alongside such session guitarists as Buddy Guy and Matt “Guitar” Murphy.

  9. Kazilkree Reply

    Blues Classroom: Click here to download a PDF of this lesson. ( MB) Overview This lesson examines both the content and form of lyrics in blues songs.

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